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PIP back payments: Who’s eligible to claim up to £15,000 from the DWP after rule change and how to apply

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Past PIP claimants who are affected by the rule change - dating back to April 2016 - are being sought by the DWP

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England rugby squad in full: The line-up for 2021 autumn internationals vs Tonga, South Africa and Australia

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Eddie Jones signals a changing of the guard with four uncapped players and eight more who only made their debuts this summer

What is a heat pump and how does it work? Air and ground source pumps explained, and how much they cost

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Ministers have said a new £5,000 grant will make heat pumps cost a similar amount to gas boilers

The desire to be as slim as possible in our 20s and 30s is putting women’s bodies at risk after menopause

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We accepted as fact the incorrect belief that being slim automatically meant you were healthier

When is the next full moon? October 2021 ‘Hunter’s Moon’ date, and lunar calendar in full

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The lunar cycle means that the full moon tends to fall on slightly different date from month to month - here are all the key dates for 2021

Gas boiler ban explained: What to do when boilers are banned from 2035 and how £5,000 heat pump grant works

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Homeowners will be offered a grant worth up to £5,000 to switch from gas boilers to more energy-efficient heat pumps

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Cold weather payment 2021: When DWP allowance is paid, who can get it and temperature rules explained

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The cold weather payment is a DWP scheme that runs from 1 November to 31 March each year

What is COP26? When climate change summit starts in Glasgow and what the nations aim to achieve

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World leaders will descend on Glasgow in a fortnight’s time but what does COP26 have to deliver to be judged a success? Madeleine Cuff asks faith leaders, business experts, campaigners and politicians...

COP26 road closures map: How climate change summit affects travel in Glasgow and which roads are closing

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A series of road closures have been put in place to calm traffic in and around Glasgow while the summit takes place to calm traffic

Winter fuel payment 2021: How to apply for the DWP allowance, when it’s paid and what age you have to be

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The Winter Fuel Payment, which is usually referred to as a 'heating allowance', is an annual tax-free payment from the Department of Work and Pensions

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North Korea launches submarine-launched ballistic missile into waters surrounding Japan

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The latest missile launch is one of a string of weaponry tests conducted by North Korea in recent months - many in violation of international sanctions

I learnt Bhangra in my 40s and it’s given me a new lease of life after the lows of the Covid pandemic

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I can’t wait to go to the next wedding as I have my moves ready to hit the dance floor

How to reduce climate change by changing your food habits: What you can eat to protect the planet

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Making key changes to your diet and cutting food waste can reduce greenhouse gases, writes Madeleine Cuff

Pakistan’s Taliban problem: By encouraging insurgency in Afghanistan has Pakistan stoked militancy at home?

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In Pakistan’s rugged tribal regions along the Afghan border, a persistent warning is circulating: the “other” Taliban is returning.

iPod 20th anniversary: How Apple’s gadget changed the way people listen to music but quickly became superseded

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The iPod revolutionised how people experienced music – but soon the idea of a personal collection of songs seemed obsolete. David Woode charts its evolution and considers why he still loves the click wheel

How I Manage My Money: A mother-of-three running her own business earning £19k a year

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'Our three children all enjoy various clubs during the week which are not free. For example, swimming lessons and football coaching'

Major UK vegetable producer forced to deliver less food to shops due to HGV and supply chain crisis

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Alfred G Pearce has streamlined its operation, including cutting the number of days it delivers food, after produce was left to rot at depots

James Martin on choosing butter over dieting, and why we shouldn’t ‘blame food shortages on bloody Brexit’

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The chef has forthright views on Brexit, fancy cars, weight loss – and what he puts on his bread.

‘I’m 34 and want children but having Huntington’s disease means I might never get old’

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At first, Victoria Mullins’s father was diagnosed. But her family quickly learned that the gene for the disease has a 50/50 chance of being passed on.

Billy Porter on being taunted with slurs: ‘I’m a black faggot in this world, I can’t be afraid of anything’

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As he releases a new memoir and single, the actor and musician talks about trauma, self-forgiveness and making his voice heard in a racist and homophobic industry

Cameron Norrie and Emma Raducanu are leading a British tennis boom – but in very different ways

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Those inside British tennis hope that success can breed success and that the two new national No 1s will be an inspiration to those around them

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Covid has ‘wiped out one in three music jobs’ as opera singer forced to work in Lidl supermarket

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UK Music says 69,000 people, including freelance musicians and those working in live music, have left the industry since the pandemic hit

University strikes: Students’ anger at planned lecturers’ walkout after ‘months of disruption’ from Covid

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The student union at UCL - the biggest university in the UK - committed itself to a “targeted campaign, encouraging academics to boycott the UCU ballot”

What’s on TV tonight: David Harewood and Hugh Quarshie uncover their family history on 1000 Years A Slave

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Dame Judi Dench appears on this week's episode of Who Do You Think You Are and Ryan Murphy's Impeachment: American Crime Story arrives on BBC Two

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Microsoft warned Bill Gates to stop sending ‘flirty’ emails to employee but took no action against him

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Microsoft said that 'flirtatious' emails from Mr Gates were 'not overtly sexual' but were 'inappropriate'

The Trick, BBC1, review: Show this valiant Climategate film to COP26 summit delegates

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Jason Watkins's portrayal of climatologist Phil Jones, wrongly accused in a hacked-email plot, humanises a complex subject - but the ending doesn't satisfy

Homeowners offered £5,000 grants to switch from gas boilers to electric heat pumps

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Green groups warn the scheme will only see 90,000 heat pumps installed, well short of official targets

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Facebook ‘failed to agree on importance of Honduran policitical manipulation’ says whistleblower Sophie Zhang

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Sophie Zhang, a former data scientist at Facebook, says the company could not agree on the significance of a false political inflation campaign in Honduras

David Amess tragedy reminds us of the value humble backbenchers bring to British political life

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The late MP never sought high office and instead devoted himself to his local community and specific political causes

Budget 2021: Rishi Sunak seeks to boost green finance to balance out cut to energy prices through lower VAT

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The Chancellor has designed a new framework to ensure that investors are able to channel their funds to sustainable businesses